Patricia Arquette’s acceptance speech at the 2015 Oscars sparked an equal rights movement about equal rights and equality for women. Where are we now?
“Even though I am brave as an actor, writing is so much more vulnerable to me. It really is the most terrifying art form for me.”
This activist might also be an actress – and an author, too – but her influence undoubtedly stems not from her fame, but her capability, integrity, and grounded vision of a better future for all.
The Future of Work
We spoke to Cool Cousin, a traveltech venture, who offer something new. On their app, users can connect with locals who show off their favourite places to eat, drink, dance and more.
AI and automation are heralding a new dawn in the way we work and play. Being adaptive, asking the right questions and applying critical thinking are just as important as the knowledge in our brains
It seems the taboo around talking about mental health is loosening its grip: 82 per cent of those surveyed said they were more willing to speak openly about mental health issues. It’s a start but we still have a way to go.
In the last ten years, Unreasonable realised something that the rest of the business world today is only just waking up to: business does not (and cannot) exist apart from the world’s social problems.
Companies that resist change will be superseded by new entrants into the market, or by those companies that do change. Some jobs will be lost, or cease to exist, while new jobs we have not even thought of yet will be created.
For the past two years, Box Media has been focusing on the future of work, specifically the real need to reskill a workforce in the wake of automation, AI and the changing work landscape.
We talked with Milena Marinova about her solution-driven approaches
Al and related technologies have already indicated positive outlooks .. but they’ve also emerged as a potential locus of inequality
Alex Kass, Labs Fellow at Accenture paints a picture of a future containing smarter, more capable technology